Research on methods to utilize geophysical/geological data to discover, model, and visualize the 3D geology of Canada and better understand Earth processes
Integrated geophysical and geological research to enhance the understanding of Canada’s three dimensional (3D) geology and related fundamental Earth processes. Specific areas of expertise include 3D or 4D seismic data processing and analysis, induced seismicity studies, magnetotelluric data acquisition and modelling/inversion, 3D geological modelling, and advanced representation, visualization, analysis and dissemination of geoscience information.
Three dimensional geophysical and geological interpretation and visualization.
Collaborative projects are treated on a case-by-case basis. Criteria for collaborative projects include that the project is aligned and contributes to advancing facility strategic goals and that it is closely aligned with current Geological Survey of Canada program.
- Energy (renewable and fossil)
- Environmental technologies and related services
- Mining, minerals and metals
Specialized labs and equipment
Cyviz 3D Vizualization System
|Enables large-screen 3D stereographic visualization of 3D geoscience models|
|MS HoloLens Augmented Reality system||Enables collaborative headset-based holographic visualization of 3D models|
|3D Computer Lab||10-15 networked high-end desktop computers in support of lab activities|
|Phoenix MTU 5s receivers (A, C and P models) (Magnetotellurics)||Electromagnetic recorders for making magnetotelluric and audiomagnetotelluric soundings|